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In a few days, I will be on a plane, traversing Africa and then the Atlantic ocean, heading “home” to family.  Heading “home” to Christmas. 759 more words


Cataloging the Wade: An update from Elaine Hooker

Wade Catalog Librarian Elaine Hooker shares some of her thoughts and experiences on undertaking the monumental task of cataloging the Wade Center’s collections. Her work will, for the first time in its history, allow researchers from around the globe to access descriptions of what is in the Wade’s holdings. 909 more words

Wade Center - General

Brenton Dickieson reblogged this on A Pilgrim in Narnia and commented:

The Marion E. Wade Centre is an absolutely indispensable resource for researchers and students of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Dorothy L. Sayers, G.K. Chesterton, Owen Barfield, and George MacDonald (the Inklings). For Feature Friday, here is a great update on what has been happening at the Wade.

Confidentially Yours

Confidentially Yours

By Charles Williams

Duckworth, 2014

ISBN: 9780715649114

Charles Williams, a prolific writer of paperback originals in the 1950s and ‘60s, produced several mysteries of real quality.  223 more words

Book Review

Quote of the day, Oct. 31

Charles Williams

“And jewels and words are no less and no more necessary than cotton and silence.”


Oakland’s ‘Bottom 8’ Mayoral Candidates Say They’re Not Getting Fair News Coverage

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— 15 candidates are running for mayor of Oakland in the 2014 race, but at least eight candidates claim that they don’t get enough media coverage. 267 more words


City Official: Snow Removal Crews Ready If It's Another Wicked Winter

CHICAGO (CBS) – With his boss up for re-election in February, the man in charge of snow removal for Chicago said Tuesday that city crews are ready for the coming winter, even if there’s a repeat of last year’s brutal conditions. 317 more words


The Inklings Reunited!

We often see separate photos of the Inklings, that band of Christian fantasists who met at a famous Oxford tavern, but not often in a group picture. 34 more words